|Hay un tutorial en español que explica paso a paso cómo usar Algorithm::Evolutionary para ejecutar un algoritmo genético|
It's a library for doing evolutionary computation in Perl. Algorithm::Evolutionary was formerly called OPEAL (hence the name of this site), which is an acronym for Obvious Pearl Evolutionary Algorithm Library; it is about to become an official CPAN distribution (as soon as I figure out how to upload it to PAUSE), that is why I have definitely changed the name.
The desing principles of Algorithm::Evolutionary are:
XML::Simple, Math::Random, and B::Deparse. If you are connected to the Internet, and use CPAN to download this module, the installation procedure should do it for you.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/opeal/. The code in CVS is much more up-to-date than the releases; if you're fluent with CVS, you're better off using this version.
tar xvfz Algorithm-Evolutionary-0.x.tar.gz
perl Makefile.PL make make install(you might need to go superuser to do this last step). And, if you feel like:
All Algorithm::Evolutionary modules and examples are released under the GPL. See the LICENSE file included in the distribution, or go to http://www.fsf.org/licenses/gpl.txt.
Objects in Algorithm::Evolutionary fall in two classes: Individuals and
Ops. You can create
objects of any of these classes, by subclassing the Base
class, and redefining
apply in the case of
Op. In the default case you won't have to
override anything else, but if you have some particular
data structure you might have to redefine
asXML, for instance.
All modules are documented, more or less, using POD, so you can
just issue the usual
perldoc IndiBase.pm, for instance,
make doc from the base directory. The
rest of the documents are here:
It's convenient to check out A explanation of the XML dialect used by Algorithm::Evolutionary, and how it's used throughout the module
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